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Department of Human Behavior, Ecology and Culture

Deutscher Platz 6
04103 Leipzig

phone: +49 (341) 3550 - 315
fax: +49 (341) 3550 - 333

e-mail: cissewski@eva.mpg.de


Curriculum Vitae

Education

2015-2018PhD Psychology, University of Essex
Thesis Title: The dynamics of social hierarchy.
Supervisors: Dr. Rick O’Gorman and Dr. Tom Foulsham
2014-2015MRes (Masters by Research) in Socio-Cultural & Evolutionary Anthropology, Durham University.
Thesis Title: Social hierarchy and social networks: The effects of prestige and dominance in a developmental context.
Supervisors: Dr. Jamie Tehrani and Dr. Steve Lyon
2011-2014BA (Hons) Anthropology & Archaeology, Durham University.

Awards, Fellowships and Grants

  • European Human Behavior and Evolution Association Student Research Award (2017, Awarded: €500)
  • Experimental Psychology Society (EPS) Award for Study Visits (2016, Awarded: £2000)
  • Sir Eric Berthoud Grant (2016, Awarded: £175)
  • ESSEXLab Seedcorn Grant, University of Essex (2016, Awarded: £1520)
  • St. Mary’s College Society Travel Award (2012, Awarded: £200)

Teaching Experience

July – August 2018Teaching Assistant, Introduction and Advanced Social Network Analysis, Essex Summer School in Social Sciences Data Analysis, University of Essex, UK. 
July – August 2017Teaching Assistant, Introduction and Advanced Social Network Analysis, Essex Summer School in Social Sciences Data Analysis, University of Essex, UK.
October 2017 – August 2018Graduate Teaching Assistant, Research Methods in Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Essex, UK.
October 2016 – August 2017Graduate Teaching Assistant, Statistics for Psychologists, Department of Psychology, University of Essex, UK.
October 2015- August 2016Graduate Laboratory Assistant, Introduction to Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Essex, UK.

Ad-Hoc Reviewing

  • Evolutionary Psychology
  • Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
  • Scientific Reports

Professional Memberships

  • European Human Behavior and Evolution Association
  • Human Behavior and Evolution Association
  • International Society for Human Ethology
  • Society for Personality andSocial Psychology 

Oral Presentations

Redhead, D., Cheng, J., Driver, C., O'Gorman, R. & Foulsham, T. 'The dynamics of social hierarchy: A longitudinal investigation of the rise and fall of prestige, dominance and social rank in naturalistic task groups', Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Amsterdam, 2018.

Redhead, D., von Rueden, C., O'Gorman, R., Gurven, M. & Kaplan, H., 'The dynamics of cooperation and social status in a small-scale society', European Human Behavior and Evolution Association, Pécs, 2018.

Redhead, D., 'An introduction to cross-sectional and longitudinal social network analysis', Methodological Heroes Seminar Series, Department of Government, University of Essex, 2017.

Redhead, D., 'The dynamics of the dual model of social hierarchy', Social, Personality and Industrial Psychology Seminar Series, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana- Champaign, 2017.

Redhead, D., Cheng, J., O'Gorman, R. & Foulsham, T., 'Dominance makes for popular peers: The longitudinal relationship between personality processes and friendship network dynamics', Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference, San Antonio, 2017.

Redhead, D., Cheng, J. & O'Gorman, R., 'The dynamic effects of prestige and dominance within social networks: A longitudinal study of social status in the classroom', XXXIII Biennial Congress on Human Ethology, ISHE, Stirling, 2016.

Redhead, D. & O'Gorman, R., 'The focal actor exchange game: Measuring the effects of prestige and dominance on network structure and position', Economic and Psychological Perspectives on Social Issues using an Experimental Approach, Eastern ARC, University of Kent.

Poster Presentations

Redhead, D., Cheng, J., O'Gorman, R. & Foulsham, T., 'Dominance makes for popular peers: The longitudinal relationship between prestige, dominance and friendship networks', Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference, San Antonio, 2017.

Redhead, D., Tehrani, J. & Lyon, S., 'Which way to the top? The effects of prestige and dominance in a developmental hierarchy', European Human Behavior and Evolution Association, London, 2016.

Redhead, D. 'Speak softly and carry a big stick: The two ways to the top in social networks', Durham University Anthropology Conference, 2015.